Beth Sewell is a resident of Covington and resides in historic Wallace Woods. Although Kenton County has been Beth’s home since 1997, Beth was raised on a 2,000-acre family farm in Central Indiana. Beth has three older brothers and a younger sister who remain in Indiana working on the family farm and managing a more than 30-year-old orchard business. Beth graduated from Milligan College in Johnson City, Tennessee and returned to Indiana to marry Jeff in 1989. Beth worked for JD Byrider Systems Inc. until 1993. In 1994, she moved to Indianapolis and began her career in nonprofit management for Raybourn Group Intl., where she served as director for several international, national and state not-for-profits.
In 1997, the family moved to Northern Kentucky in order for Jeff to continue his career with The Kroger Co. Beth continued her career in nonprofit management as the executive director for the Covington Business Council. During her tenure as executive director, Beth earned certification in not-for-profit management through the American Society of Association Executives and the Institute of Organizational Management at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana. Beth became a fulltime mother in 2001 after the birth of her daughter, Gabrielle, and son, Joshua, in 2004.
Beth has been active in many organizations in Northern Kentucky. She has served on several boards and been active in Covington neighborhood associations and was honored with the Covington Community Leader Award in 2003. She currently co-chairs the Board of Directors of Teaching Homes in Northern Kentucky and home schools her two children.